A meeting of the repnblicau couuty committee was held at the conrt house last Satnrday afternoon to talk over Register of Deeds McKinstrey. The 1 meetiuf! was rallpil tn orrlr-r h_v (' iair . juna Pivitynuii aurt tho followiuir Bell : explanatory resolntion v:is pa-sed: To the Honorabln Seth G. Rmdal). prosecuting attorney of Washteuaw county, Mich. : Ithavingbeen brought to the notice of the republican committee of said county that C. P. Mc Kinstrey, register of deeds of said connty, is charged with certain miscoadnct, irregularities, aud neglect of duty in the management of said office, therefore, the said republican eommiitee, through its chairman, duert hereby pefcition yon to investígate said charges, and if you find them to be true, to tuke snch steps as yuu may deern necessary and proper nnder the Jaws of Michigan iu such cases made aud provided, to the end that the laws of said Ktate may be duly vindicated. A petition for McKinstrey's sucoessor was circnlated Saturday, bnt some of the wheel horse republicaus got on to it and dropped like a cold thndüupon auy such premature action. The report in the Detroit Tribune of Tuesday that Mr. McKinstry had discharged his able deputy, George R. Alexander, of Ypsilanti. is without foundation.